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>Revistas >Cirugía y Cirujanos >Año 2018, No. 4


Pérez-Calatayud ÁA, Díaz-Carrillo MA, Anica-Malagón ED, Briones-Garduño JC
Nuevos conceptos de la reanimación hídrica intravenosa
Cir Cir 2018; 86 (4)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 37
Paginas: 359-365
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RESUMEN

Antecedentes: La reanimación hídrica intravenosa es esencial en el manejo de los pacientes hospitalizados, en especial en aquellos con enfermedad aguda o crítica. En la actualidad se proponen cuatro premisas con cuatro indicaciones, cuatro preguntas y cuatro fases para la reanimación hídrica intravenosa. Objetivo: El objetivo de esta revisión es dar a conocer esta propuesta de manejo en la reanimación hídrica intravenosa. Conclusiones: Estas premisas de reanimación hídrica intravenosa coexisten de manera continua y con una variabilidad observada en el balance hídrico que se da a entender como un proceso dinámico, sin un patrón fijo temporal ni una escala de tiempo, el cual debe ser individualizado según el contexto clínico del paciente.


Palabras clave: Choque, Reanimación hídrica, Balance hídrico, Enfermedad crítica.


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